Going so in coleslaw, man.
Getting ready to go over a really good game, right? Raiders, Colts.
It's gonna be a fun one to watch this week, man.
I can't wait to talk about this game, but I do want to talk a little bit about what's going on.
Ah, man, I'm sorry that your phone is dying.
Oh, well, maybe you'd be able to come back later.
Okay, So here's the deal.
Everybody wants to talk about how lucky the Colts were in winning the game against the Texans.
And I just want to point out there was still plenty of time left on the board even if the Texans had scored a touchdown.
I mean, Philip Rivers, that offense had about a minute, 30 toe, walk the field, go 35 yards, t kick a field goal to win.
When we talk about that all the time with all other offenses in the NFL, did the entire NFL completely forget there was still time on the board even if they had scored a touchdown? I mean, jeez, they just wanna look at that narrative and and say, Well, the Colts got lucky in their win.
They didn't They didn't.
I had 100% pace that I thought Philip Rivers and the way that offense was moving the way that offense was able to get down the field and the way they couldn't handle T y Hilton on 2030 yards, shots down the field, that game right there.
That was one, No matter what.
Yeah, face better than the Jets.
Ain't that the truth, right? All right.
Who who plays, who plays a cover zero defense when you know your you got to give up a touchdown toe lose.
I mean, that's just that's dumb.
There's a reason why defensive coordinator ain't playing no more.
Oh, but anyhow, no, I thought the Colts really, really.
I mean, they dominated that game if you actually watch the game from from start to finish.
The Indianapolis Colts dominated that game.
Defense was in the back field all the time, harassing the heck out of DeShaun Watson.
Yes, he got out a lot, but that's just the Sean watching.
What can you do about that? I mean, DeShaun Watson is that guy.
When we sacked him, five times we got a safety on him.
What more do you want from this defense? Come on.
What's going on? Avery walking is glad to see you back.
Appreciate you being here.
So, No, I just want to put the bed that if anyone out there Colts fans or non Colts fans that believed that that game against the Texans was anything but an actual Colts win rather than a lucky, accidental slip wind.
Don't worry about that.
Because that that was that was straight up.
Indianapolis Colts doing what they need to do to win this game.
Well, did I hear Andrew? Luck's not coming back again.
Nomadic Brian, Of course.
Coming in with the sarcasm.
Hey, guess what? Not only did Frank right say this, not only did Chris Ballard say this, not only did T y Hilton say this earlier, but now Jim Irsay is completing the quad.
Fecteau, whatever you wanna call it, right? Everybody is saying that Andrew Luck's not coming back.
So how about we just put that to bed and move on? Because as much as we miss Andrew luck, we just gotta wish him well, you know, with his family with his baby with his wife and how much he enjoys living life currently, rather than playing football.
That's just how I see it now.
The thing is, that's a good question.
Jack Adams has a question.
Uh, actually Jack Adams.
I like the blitzing on third down.
I'm not 100% sure.
I like the blitzing on third down against the Shawn Watson.
I would rather send four and then keep that spy as a linebacker or a safety sitting back around the line of scrimmage.
Or what? Not in that zone coverage scheme to keep a nigh on D Shawn Watson, but against this week against Derek Carr.
Good Lord sitting that third down bullets, often early and often because he doesn't move as well as some of your other.
I mean, he can move around in the pocket, but he doesn't.
He doesn't move like some of these other guys that we played this year, like Sam, Donald and and Watson and Lamar Jackson and guys like that.
So please, please, let's send some blitzes because Derek Carr is dangerous against the zone scheme.
You give him time for his receivers to get into those scenes and those open spots in the zone defense.
He's gonna pick us apart.
He's done in the last two times.
He's played the Indianapolis Colts.
We got to get pressure on him and bring him down so that when he when it is, gets to that point, he can't do that again.
Good news, Josh Jacobs.
He came back. He is limited.
There's a good chance he won't play in this game.
That's all I'm saying.
If he does play, Josh Jacobs is a tough runner.
Jacobs reminds me a lot of Jonathan Taylor, right, that that hard nose, downhill running machine that that not only is not afraid of contact but sometimes goes out of his way to look for the contact, to punish defenses and make them not want to tackle him.
Now he's not Derrick Henry is that there's a difference.
But that's what Josh Jacobs does, and he could be a threat in the backfield at the receiver to.
But still, man, I think our defense will be fine because I'm looking at this injury report correctly.
Um, man Tai Kwan Lewis is the only guy Tai Kwan, Lewis and Bobby Oak Creek.
Your questionable for the game.
Everybody else on that on that defense is is good to go, right.
Everyone else on that defense.
Rigoberto Sanchez, the punter, still out, obviously with the cancer, had that surgery still waiting to see how he goes along prayers and best wishes and hopes out to him and his his family and hopes that he gets, uh, back to being very healthy.
And, of course, Anthony Castonzo practice this week.
Limited practice on Thursday and Friday.
So there's a good shot he could play as well.
I would love to see that, So that'd be great.
That would be great.
Um, Faith asks, Oh, how how is how is, uh, how is he questionable? Oh, well, taekwondo.
Lewis is questionable because he's got a hip injury that he suffered on Thursday during practice.
No, not not Thursday.
He suffered it on Sunday in Sunday's game.
He had a full practice today, but he didn't practice on Wednesday and he had a full product.
Are limited practice on Thursday, so hopefully he could play.
But still, I mean, we've got everyone else back.
All these people that were on the Koven 19 list their back.
So that's all that matters to us.
He's good to go.
He was on, Ah, a non injury list.
Same with Jack Doyle, which is good to hear.
He just had rest.
He's good to go.
Buttner has a hip injury and did not practice on Friday, but I think that's more of a precaution.
Kind of rest. Make sure he's good to go.
Hilton had a rest day.
Darius Leonard had.
I mean, there's a lot of people that had rest days just rest days on Friday.
Rivers, of course.
Still dealing with that toe, which is kind of like a, which is kind of like turf toe.
And from what I understand, it's kind of almost like a planner.
Fleshy itis, but with the toe rather than, um, the arch of your foot.
So that sounds painful.
I've I've had Planner, Plus, she artists in my life due to playing football, actually, not just football, but just sports in general, any sports that you run a lot in, um, that happens and it is painful.
It is incredibly painful.
When you have regular planner fleshy itis it feels like your Achilles heat.
Your Achilles tendon is ready to tear off at any moment.
Okay, it's that painful.
So I could only imagine what he's going through with his toe, especially when he's gotta throw the football right when he's putting pressure on that toe when he's launching off.
So that that's that's kind of scary, Brian says.
Also, John on T Y Breakdown.
Thank you so much.
I appreciate that.
I know a lot of you was hoping for the T Y Hilton breakdown.
I finally got it out.
Um, I really got in depth in that one, didn't I? You know, I went through week, the week, the week, looking at what was going on with T.
Y figuring out why he wasn't getting his targets and, uh as I was watching it.
It just started to become painfully obvious.
Early on, Philip Rivers didn't know how to use them.
He really, honestly didn't.
Philip was thrown in footballs in places that he should have, but he was throwing it to him like he would throw to Mike Williams, right, rather than an often Eckel Er, and he needs to throw it to him like he's in Austin Ecker rather than a Mike Williams.
But in Austin ECHL ER that can even catch better than that and is even faster, right? Well, he started to learn how to do that about midway through the season.
But then that stupid injury that t y had kind of set that back a little bit once he got healthy again.
Bam! It was on, like Donkey Kong and now T y Hilton, I fully expect as long as he could stay healthy, I think he was gonna blow up course.
What what position did I play? A little offensive line? No, I didn't play offensive line.
What's funny is I did play what kind of clothes I played tied in.
I played tied in, and I know this might sound odd.
I played for a five, a football team in high school, and I was six.
I'm 66 and at the time I was 200 £30.
I also played strong safety and I was all state strong safety.
So, uh, I was very good at covering tight ends, playing as a tied in and also tackling downhill.
That's what I did and I love.
I love both positions.
I think they're They're both incredibly underrated.
Wow, let's see here.
Okay, so we're talking about Jonathan Taylor last week against the Texans.
I see his average yards per carry.
Let me explain a little something about why Nadim Heinz and Jordan Wilkins and Jonathan Taylor split carries, even though sometimes one is playing better than the other.
Mahin Behinds fits a specific style of play during stretches of the game when you need that guy who could split out wide and take a linebacker out of the box.
That's how you do that.
You put the minds out there, you do it that way.
That sets up certain personnel matchups on the field.
That is more beneficial than having, say, Jonathan Taylor.
And I hate to say this, but Jordan Wilkins is better with a stack box than Jonathan Taylor is.
Jonathan Taylor is is a bulldozer, Yes, but Jordan Wilkins is really good at seeing a scene, getting skinny, getting through that scene without getting hit and getting extra yards.
The beautiful thing that we've seen the last couple of weeks from Jonathan Taylor is his vision is getting better.
He's starting to notice that when his lane is not open and there is open field to either side of him.
Sorry, I just hit my mike that he will break off going from the middle and take off to the outside, and that gives me hope.
That gives me hope that Taylor is going to get better throughout the season, that he's getting better.
And that may be when the Colts hit the playoffs.
Because, uh, I don't care.
I I think the Colts.
If the Colts beat the Raiders this Sunday, they pretty much punch their ticket into the playoffs.
I think Jonathan Taylor will be that guy.
Jonathan Taylor is a really good pass catcher and run after catch, but he doesn't have that route running ability.
Okay, that know him, Heinz has.
That's the thing.
When you split a guy when you split a running back to the outside, you need didn't run routes in a specific way, because what if they put a cornerback on that on that running back? Jonathan Taylor is not going to shake a cornerback running routes.
Okay, the him Heinz has the ability to now Jonathan Taylor is dangerous catching out of the backfield.
If you know you hear a ball snap, he takes a little swing right out.
No one really follows them or something or is behind.
And Rivers could just dump it off to him.
He can use that size and speed to just take off.
Boom gain big yards after the catch.
But he's not a guy that you're wanting to line up traditionally at the wide receiver slot position or something of that nature.
So, yeah, that's how I feel about that's how I feel about that.
All right, let me get a drink here.
I'm a little thirsty.
Now, let's get into the Raiders game, man, because this is gonna be This is gonna be a tough game.
Like I said, car is dangerous against a zone scheme.
We got to get pressure on him.
Our front four, Our front door does a good job, especially when they're healthy.
But if we have situations where it's 35 longer, I think the court should send blitzes.
But they can't be a predictable blitz.
Right? You need to see a Kenny more off the edge.
Um, occasionally, I'd like to see is that he, Walker, go on the blitz and leave ocurre iki and Leonard and coverage.
I would like to see Qari Willis come up in the blitz or something.
That's the kind of stuff that I want, things that the the opposing team's not gonna They're gonna be looking for Leonard to blitz.
They're gonna look for Okereke because of, you know, their speed and athleticism.
Last week we saw Anthony Walker blitz that dark hair.
Come home when it's a straight line blitz.
Anthony Walker's got some pretty decent speed.
Okay, uh, in That's what I'm talking about. Avery.
Last year and the year before car car carved us up.
But we're different defense this year, too.
Okay? We didn't have the force Buckner on our team last year.
We didn't have Xavier Rhodes on our team last year, right? We didn't have Julian Blackmon on our team last year.
Our defense is different.
It's a little different than what cars has seen in the past seasons.
So now the only you know what? It's funny.
Carey, Colts Nation.
TJ carries another guy a good rotational piece.
So, yes, there's a lot of differences with this defense this year as it was, just like the offense.
Offense is different, you know.
We have no Marlin, Matt.
We have Michael Pittman junior out there.
We got Jonathan Taylor out there.
We've got differences.
Trey Burton, right? So we have differences on both sides of the field that are, you know, impressive differences, uh, to take note of.
I have a little bit of fear.
One thing that I don't like.
Truth is, I'm not afraid of the run game.
I think the Colts play the run.
Their run defense is one of the best in the NFL.
I think they'll be fine here.
There's only one or two running backs all season that has given the Colts fits.
And one of them, of course, is Derrick Henry and Derrick Henry gets everybody fits.
So I'm not worried about that.
We gotta watch out deep, all right, We gotta make sure we always have someone kind of leaning towards rugs because rugs can hit deep and he's dangerous deep, so you kinda gotta have a safety kind of eyeball on him at all times, especially if you've got someone like a goal are running a scene and then on the opposite side you have rugs going.
You're you're gonna wanna lean towards rugs More than a goal are.
But the big scare Darren Frickin Waller.
All right, Darren Waller right now is, I think, the second best tight end in football when it comes toe Pff grades as the pass catching tied in, right? I mean, he had, like, 200.
He had, like, darn near 200 yards receiving last week.
Now it was against the Jets, but, I mean, he has those games where he could just seriously break out.
Now, the good thing is, the Colts are like the best or the second best defense in the NFL against tight ends.
So I think we can handle.
But we gotta make sure if he starts changing catches together, we need to find a way to box him out.
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Says, are we gonna need J D to pound it away to have success in the playoffs.
We could run the football effectively and our defense keeps up.
The sky's the limit.
I think the running game in general needs to be effective.
I think Indianapolis sometimes gets away from the running game a little too early.
The run game generally is not great in the first half of any game for any team even Derrick Henry in the first half generally does not go off his big runs or in the second half after you've pounded him 15 times or so in the first half, right war down that defense.
So I think you just gotta wear down the defense with run, just like Baylor says.
They get to pass happy.
That's straight up.
Thanks for that.
Thanks for that comment.
It is true they do.
I am going to say that Philip Rivers has stepped up to the challenge.
I am pleasantly surprised.
Philip Rivers has been one of the most accurate passers in the NFL this year, and he's Doc throwing 50 50 balls anymore.
He's leading a receiver.
He's leaving, leading these Colts receivers to open spots on the field.
That touchdown pass, the T Y Hilton last week was a thing of beauty.
Led him perfectly, hit him in stride.
It looked like Andrew Luck throwing T Y Hilton. The football.
It was a beautiful pass.
Let him dead on for easy score.
And I think that Philip, Like I said, with the way he's playing, I've been incredibly pleasantly surprised.
Yes, his touchdown numbers ain't great.
He's got like 14, but he's not turning the football over right.
We need to be better in the red zone.
Last week, we were better in the red zone.
We need to consistently be better in the red zone.
I think I saw a statistic where Frank Reich is nine of 14 on fourth down conversions this year.
That's like 65 70% on fourth down, but you can't get third downs.
We've got to get better at setting ourselves up on third down.
Don't be predictable in your play calling right.
Don't run the ball on first down and then pass it on second down just because you got two yards or less on the first run.
Try to run it twice.
Throw it. What? Get in.
You know what I want to see? I want to see.
I want to see uh, the Colts go right into this game against the Raiders into ah, hurry up offense.
Just go right in there in a hurry up offense and And because Clelland Farrell last week had two sacks, I think his first sax he's had Maurice Hurst name.
You guys might know Jonathan Hankins, right? Ex Coal and then X Giant.
These guys, Let's where that d line down.
Let's wear them down, Go into the hurry up offense and just play fast.
Have them sucking air by the end of the second quarter.
That way, the third quarter, the Colts could just go cruise control with their run game.
So, guys, my cat is screaming at me to go outside.
I don't I don't like him going outside.
But that's weird, huh? Yeah.
So, uh, Jack says that Raiders and all NFL fans, besides the Colts are too caught up in what Phillip did last year.
You know what? That's what I was saying.
He is the what? The least sack quarterback in the NFL when it comes to pressure percentage and and sacked.
Well, I don't know if he's least sack quarterback anymore.
I think he got sacked three times last week because, let's face it, we had a little issue at the left tackle with that, with Anthony Castonzo out and we was going up against JJ.
Fricking what? But I predicted that I said, we're gonna have issues with J. J.
Watt and that's what happened.
So it's all good? Yeah, yeah, yeah.
We had Chazz Green in last week after the Raven Clark went down on IR with a torch. Achilles.
How maney tort Achilles is the Colts could have.
They got, like, four, don't they? This year? Four or five.
Now, Baylor wants to know if a C is playing this week.
Um, he is questionable.
It'll probably be a game time decision on his knee.
I'm hoping he does.
Um I think it's one of those situations where we just sit.
But the thing is, the Raiders, the Raiders don't have a great pass rush, Okay? They're good against the run defense, but they're not.
That's I'm not worried about that at all.
Their safety situation could be huge for Indy.
They're starting free.
And Jonathan Abram is questionable going into this game.
You know what that means.
Let me tell you what that means.
That means are tied.
Ends could have seriously big games.
Could you imagine the Indianapolis Colts tight ends going against the Raiders, who have Darren Freaking Waller and then the Raiders end up giving up 150 yards to the Colts tight ends.
It's quite possible.
It's quite possible I could see all three of our tight ends, including Jack Doyle getting into the finally getting into this game and and seeing good stuff.
Yes, yes, Jack Adams feed Big Mo Alley Cox? Absolutely.
I can't I can't disagree with that at all.
So Raiders fans, we're going to tell you that they're just gonna pound the rock and hit rugs over the top and use Darren Waller to keep keep us honest up the middle.
And honestly, that's a good.
That's a good way to go about business except the not was called Kansas City freaking chief.
All right, we have a defense.
We know how to play that kind of.
We know how to play against that kind of game and have played against that kind of game for all year.
You're not just gonna walk in and and run the football against one of the best run defense is in football, right? You're just not.
We've allowed one player in the last three years to gain 100 yards on the Colts.
The Colts have allowed one player in the past three years, and that's Derek Freaking Henry.
And we played against some pretty darn good running backs.
We've played against, um, Dalvin Cook.
You know, we we play to get some really good running backs in the NFL, so yeah.
I like this culture nation.
Our defense Is the Ravens defense in 2012 in the second half? Well, you know what? I'll tell you what I was explaining this a couple of weeks ago about why that happened.
Matt Ebert loose, came out and said, Exactly as I said, Right, they have a game plan against the team.
When that team goes against our game plan, it goes, does something different.
And then all of a sudden, you're seeing them score a bunch of moving the football in the first half.
And you're like, What? The world's wrong.
It takes a moment to be able to go to that.
You know that iPad go over the place, see what they're doing and then make adjustments and implement those adjustments.
And once those adjustments get in that that defense becomes locked down again, right? That's exactly what happens.
And that's why the Colts are one of the best in the NFL.
They have the best 2nd 2nd half defense in football period.
I I love Josh Jacobs.
He's the real deal running back.
You're gonna have to tackle him right? And you're gonna have to be if Josh Jacobs place, because I think he's doubtful.
Even though it says questionable, he was doubtful earlier this week.
I think yesterday, as a matter of fact, you have to tackle him.
You need to wrap the way the Colts tackle all the time.
Hit it, the waste thighs, fly down, wrap the ankles because he will run over you.
He looks for that contact, but yeah, ***y search for 69 says T y Hilton has re emerged.
And he and I'm telling you, if you if you haven't checked out my film room, I think T y Hilton will stay emerged.
Okay, because it's finally Philip Rivers knows who he's working with.
Uh, you know what's funny? Derrick Henry, Colts Nation.
Derrick Henry says the only running back in the NFL he's scared of is Derrick Henry.
He reminds me of Prime Adrian Peterson, right? Big, powerful back.
That'll run you over and then use this straight line speed to gain all that extra yards.
Um, Toray play a little bit.
Last week, Brian asked about how Chemical Courageous coming along.
He played a little bit last week, got some pressure, got ran at a couple of times last week.
All right, so it seems like the three offenses are keeping track another player on the Raiders and I posted this on Twitter earlier this week.
Another player on the Raiders? That's That's gonna be a familiar face besides Jonathan Hankins that the Colts all you guys should know.
Denzel Good Denzel Good is out there.
He's that he's there, starting guard, and he has been playing really, really good football.
He is a people mover, as we all expected him to be.
He is a people mover in the run game.
They run behind Denzel. Good.
All right, so that's that's something that we're gonna have toe get around him Defensively.
I think that Denzel is a player that he could be had on some of these stunts that the Colts run, you know, might confuse him a little bit because I don't think they stunt in the A f C West very much.
So I think the Colts could use a lot of stunt action with their defense in front four to get pressure and hits on Derek Carr.
Yes, we did Cold station.
We had it so good.
And then, um, the offensive line coach.
Gu's Gooch, uh, allegedly told Denzel Good that he would never play football again for a team that he was coaching because he went to his brother's funerals, was gone for a couple weeks when when his brother was shot.
That's the alleged story that came out.
Um, I can't That's what Denzel Good says happened.
The Colts would not confirm or deny that.
I remember that very vividly.
I was very upset about it, but that's Onley allegedly because, like I said, three only person that states that is did so good.
That's why Gooch is no longer the head coach, in my opinion, because it's funny because the Colts, in 2018 and one of the best offensive lines in football like rank, the best offensive line in football and that Google was fired right afterwards.
Makes you think something was up.
Right? So all right.
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I want some predictions for the game.
I want to know we got face says 32 17 Indy 32 17 Indie John Davis says personal issues with you.
Yeah, Alfa says 35 27.
We got to people saying the culture going to score at least 30.
32 24 Indianapolis Colts Nation.
Very nice, Reese.
What's up? Reus? 33 17 colts.
Thanks for being here.
Jack's got 31. 21.
Definitely needs to be a be a game like that.
We got ***y server 27 13 and John says 17.
No one thinks that the Indianapolis schools, they're gonna lose this game.
Really? You think that the this is gonna be a defensive struggle, John.
That's an interesting, interesting, uh, numbers.
But, hey, you know what a win is? A win and I will take it without any kind of question.
Any question, Avery says, 29 23.
How did you come up with 29? Avery? That's interesting.
23 implies there's gonna be a safety somewhere, or, I mean, it could be a two point conversion.
You know, I get that.
Ah, whooping 31 14 high.
Like that number. I like that number.
Alfa says we're in Week 14.
Has to be a statement game.
This needs to be a statement game.
I think that the Colts need to come out fast on both sides of the ball.
Like I said, the Indianapolis Colts should come out immediately with Frank right saying, Hurry up offense.
Let Rivers kind of dictate the game offensively.
If the run is there running, if the passes their pass, it and our defense man, get after the quarterback, Stop that run on the way to the quarterback.
That's the way I always see it, man, when you're playing defense.
If you're gonna blitz, you could send five people.
Sin five people in Gap in Gap.
Don't go overload going in Gap 75 attacking the run on the way to the quarterback.
That way, you're covering all your bases.
If all the guys play that air questionable, we have We have a strong chance.
I'll tell you what.
If Anthony Castonzo plays, we have a strong chance.
I'm okay with Chazz Green playing this game because the Raiders ain't got no J.
Watt, the Raiders, the Raiders ain't got no Myles Garrett.
And those are the two guys that that really hurt us because, you know, the games that he missed, the Raiders ain't got a style of defensive player that that's and even close to that level as a pass rusher, but do pre recesses with but to pre out for the Steelers.
Do you think the Colts can win that game even though we never have success there? I'm gonna get in more detail, but I think the Colts smashed the Steelers.
Okay, I think the Steelers are another whelming team, especially the last half of the season.
They have one ugly games against bad teams.
Uh, just thought you'd be different.
That's fine. Avery. That's fine.
Uh, if we're tending born Steelers or 12 or two at the week 16, should it be prime time? That's a good question.
Well, the NFL has already flexed two of Indianapolis games this year, so I mean, it's a good possibility that could end up being that way.
I think we could beat the Steelers. Now.
I I think so, too.
I absolutely think that is Well, phase.
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I haven't talked about the Baltimore Ravens tackle Joe New Bow.
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I do a lot of stuff with him.
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I haven't had a chance to sit down and ask him anything about him, so I don't know a whole lot about that tackle yet, but he Oh, sorry.
Colts prime time.
Right? But it won't be.
I mean, no, you're right.
It probably won't that mean I see.
Reese says he's praying for a Kemoko Turay sack, and that would be a really fun thing to watch.
That would be a really, really fun thing to watch.
So, guys, I'm gonna find out Sunday what film room I'm gonna be doing.
If a player really breaks out, I would I would.
I would love to do that.
I'm really kind of hoping for a Jack Doyle to break out Mohali Cox to break out in this game.
You know? Well, Kemoko looks her.
He's still dealing with his ankle cults nation, right? He's on a pitch count to try to get back into shape in NFL shape and play game playing shape.
So oh, he's been Jack I. Same thing.
He's just little time.
He just needs time to get back in.
He'll be back to his full strength by playoffs, and that's when we need him the most anyhow, um, but yeah, if any does not have break out guy like, let's say the Colts run the football Ah, 100.
Like 200 yards against the Raiders, it's possible I'll do an old line breakdown because I mean well, depending if it's like all the running backs that air combining all three of them do well, then I'll dio that I've already done my Johnson Taylor breakdown for this year.
Um, I don't like Trey Burton.
All right, here we go.
He says Burton is underrated as a pass catcher.
Yes, he is an awful run blocker.
Awful run blocker.
Okay, you remember the fourth.
And to play where we handed it off to run up the gut.
Oh, Trey Burton was supposed to stop right in the gap between the center and the guard and get that lead block.
He overran his assignment, and the guy he was supposed to block came in free and tackled the running back.
Now, the one thing the one thing Trey Burton is good at is your right.
He is way better than Ebron when it comes to catch him.
Ebron had three dropped passes.
Three in his last game.
Oh, but you know what Brian says We need are tight end, tight end the block.
We have two good blocking tight ends in Jack Doyle and in Mohali Cox.
And in that situation, it shouldn't have been Trey Burton with lead block on the motion swing.
It should have been Moheli Cox or or Jack Doyle.
I don't think Jack Doyle was able to do it that game.
I think he would.
I think he was out for that play, so But I would have put more like hawks in there and had him leave.
That's a good Yeah, right.
Doesn't care, because he has confidence in everyone and just about every aspect.
But you still gotta put players in there to play.
What? What they're good at, right? I mean, cheese just got to You can't.
It's like, you know, I get widely him.
Heinz gets a couple of runs every game right up the gut.
I get why that happens.
Because if they don't, whenever know him hiding does come in.
All they're going to do is, uh, protect the perimeter on him and and watch for passes out of the backfield.
You got to run a couple times with the minds up the gut.
But you can't do it often and you got to do it.
I think that's a situation.
I think the him Heinz would be better on, like a delayed handoff, right? Rather than just go.
Also, I'd love to see rivers under the freaking under center once in a while.
Ah, lot more than shotgun, he said.
Shotgun a lot. Now I get.
He's not very mobile.
I get he's got the toe injury, and that's gonna limit how he moves.
So I understand why he's in shotgun, especially now.
Ah, lot more than what he was previously.
But, man, that's just it's just that the how it works.
I'm still looking through the, uh, got a lot of people talking about Johnson Taylor.
I'd like to see it.
I'd like to see Taylor break out again.
I mean, he's already had his breakout game.
I mean, he's had 2 100 yard games, hasn t this year, Uh, one earlier in the season and then one now.
But either way, I mean, Jonathan tailor, he's he'll be fine.
He's getting better.
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I'm sure we're gonna beat the Raiders, but I still the games gotta be played right.
The game has to be played.
I just hope that my Ebert loose.
I have faith that our offense against that, that Raiders defense.
I'm just worried a little bit about Derek Carr in our zone defense.
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We were going over the Colts Raiders matchup week this Sunday, Week 14 of the NFL season and until next time, have a good one